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Old January 8th, 2007, 08:16 AM
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Default Datagrid: cell backcolor

hi,
i ve populated my datgrid with a datatable
dg1.datasource = datatable1

also, i ve set the back color of few columns of all the rows in datagrid
using:
dg1.rows(i).cells(j).style.backcolor = color.aqua

whenever the project runs and datagrid is populated for the first time
it works properly, i.e. it shows the aqua back color

but in the same build, if the datgrid is populated the second time
it doesnt shows the default back color............not the one i'd written code for (aqua)



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hi

Have u written this code in ItemCreated event?




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